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Mossberg Model 835 Ulti-Mag Shotgun Combo
Item # 417050
Our Price $499.99
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Product DescriptionThe Model 835 Ulti-Mag sets standards for all around versatility from a single shotgun. It is virtually three shotguns in one, feeding and functioning flawlessly with all 12 gauge shells. You can go from light rounds to super capacity magnums. As seasons, or game types change, simply change ammunition not shotguns. Features a 24" barrel with a ulti-full choke and a 28" barrel with an Accu Mag choke.
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Q:Hi, I am in 8th grade. I have shot other guns and getting in to using 12 gauges. I was wondering if this gun was right for me. Not worried about kick.Asked on 1/11/2010 by 45 from Dietrich,Il
A:First off how tall are you, never use a gun that is uncomfortable to hold in your hands. Remeber you have to be able to operate the slide properly. Second, what are you using it for, if you are not turkey hunting or waterfowling then this is not the gun for you. The extra cost for the camo paint if you are touting through a brush field is simply not worth it. Best I can tell you go into a gunshop with your parent or guardian and handle a couple 12 gauges see what one fits best.Answered on 2/24/2010 by PA Hunter from Mechanicsburg, PA
Q:Hi im knew to shotguns and i was wondering if anyone has experience with this gun? is it good to start out with? im a highschool guy in sports and good shape so im not worried about too much kick or anything from itAsked on 12/31/2009 by Tyler the Tiger from Peoria, IL
A:First things first when starting to shoot you should never start at the top of the game. Pick up a Mossberg 20 Gauge for less and practice shooting with that. The gun is light and I started hunting with one when I was 14. Never ever start high because the learning curve is higher no matter who you are. Second it is not just about kick, but about learning to balance weight, trigger pull, lead, and the full operation of the action. If you start small you learn a little easier.Answered on 2/24/2010 by PA Hunter from Mechanicsburg, PA
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